Per Sé Group is currently looking for an Instrument and Controls Technician for a lead energy client on the East Coast. As an Instrument Technician you will be responsible for performing maintenance on gas and steam turbine generating units, calibrations of various types of complex auxiliary equipment and troubleshooting equipment and controls. If you are a skilled technician with a strong power generation background this is the job for you.
- Perform technical and specialized work of a skilled nature in connection with the repair and maintenance of GE MKVI, DCS communication systems, PLC Logic, Rosemount instruments, CEMS (Continuous Emission Monitoring System), computers, annunciator systems, and boiler chemistry monitoring equipment.
- Must have completed a course in electricity including magnetism and AC/DC theory, advanced chemistry, engineering principles of mechanics, control print reading, or maintenance and repair of electronic micro processing.
- Actively participate in job briefs and safety discussions. Maintain a strong focus on hazard identification and elimination. Perform work in accordance with the policies, practices, standards, and rules of the company.
- Maintain safe working conditions, use of proper tools, equipment, and protective clothing & devices. Keep work areas clean; check and maintain assigned housekeeping areas.
- Take a collaborative approach to problem solving. Work with energy production, maintenance personnel, and others to resolve immediate equipment problems and ensure equipment is repaired safely and efficiently.
- Actively seek ways to improve productivity and equipment reliability. Investigate abnormal operating conditions, equipment failures, equipment design issues, operating and maintenance problems (PM/PDM).
- Review, update, revise drawings and other documentation and/or procedures as needed. Assist with technical and safety training of others.
- High school diploma or GED equivalent
- Associates degree from Accredited or Technical College
- 5+ years Power Generation experience preferred.
- Knowledge and skill necessary to perform the installation, inspection, repair, adjustment, calibration and servicing of instrumentation, controls, and electrical equipment.
- Strong math skills and understanding of fundamental chemistry principles.
- Ability to read, interpret and work from simple prints, sketches, and specifications. Analytical skills and the ability to develop solutions to problems.